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Discussion in 'Rifle Country' started by backwoodzboy, Feb 26, 2010.

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  1. backwoodzboy

    backwoodzboy Member

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    I did a little trading about a week ago. I traded my trusty M700 Remington SPS-V for something different. I ended up with an AR type, 1000 rounds and 10 clips, a 10/22 with side folder and 4 25 round clips with scope, and a Model 70 Winchester in .300 win-mag, with a Nikon Buckmaster 3-9x40 scope. My questions are, How can I find the production year for my rifle? Can I find a dropping floor plate mag and trigger guard for this and and install it as easy as a M700 Remington?
     
  2. P.B.Walsh

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    Wait, you only traded an SPS-V and got all of that!!

    Deal of the year.....
     
  3. backwoodzboy

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    Well the SPS-V was cradled in a Choat Ultimate Varmiter stock and had a Burris XTR scope with signature rings. I also threw in 150 rounds of handloaded ammo and the drag bag. I had installed an oversized bolt knob as well. I think it was kinda even up, but the guy I traded with he thinks he might have came up short, a little.
     
  4. shaggy430

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    Agreed. Will you go with me to the dealership when I get my next truck?
     
  5. backwoodzboy

    backwoodzboy Member

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    You want me to bring my gun? LOL!!!!
     
  6. Hammerhead6814

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    I'm with these guys backwoodzboy, you know how to bargain! Any chance you could help me with my mortgage?
     
  7. backwoodzboy

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    That will most definetly require me to bring my gun, lol!!!! A friend told me one time, sometimes you eat the bear, and sometimes the bear eat you.
     
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